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James F. C. Hyde Jr. and Stephen J. Wayne oral history collection

Repository: Gerald R. Ford Library

Collection Description (CRHP): See especially interview with Richard Parsons, Domestic Council Counsel and Associate Director for Justice, Civil Rights, Drugs and Consumer Affairs concerning his role in congressional liaison, processing the State of the Union message and enrolled bills, legislative clearance, OMB, agency and Domestic Council interactions, and the structure and leadership of the Domestic Council.

Collection Description (Extant): Interviews with 20 Ford administration staff, including Richard Cheney, Max Friedersdorf, Robert Hartmann, Jerry Jones, W. Allen Moore, Donald Ogilvie, Roger Porter, Michael Raoul-Duval and Glenn Schleede. The interviews provided information for a joint research project on enrolled bill processing, legislative clearance and annual programming over several presidential administrations.

Access Copy Note: Open to research, with the exception of one interview that awaits release by the interviewee.

Date(s): 1975-1977

Digital Status: No

Existing IDs: accession number 88-026

Extent: 0.4 linear feet (ca. 1,000 pp.)

Finding Aid URL:,%20James%20&%20Wayne,%20Stephen%20-%20Oral%20History%20Collection.htm

Language: English

Interviewees: Richard Parsons

Rights (Extant): The donors and some of the interviewees have donated to the United States of America their copyright interest in the unpublished contents of the tape recordings and transcripts.


Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006
United States. President




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